Over 300 videos on YouTube got thousands of views; trio earned crores of rupees in the process, say police
Cops find 171 Facebook profiles, five Telegram channels set up by the accused to lure victims
Mumbai Crime Branch’s probe into a recently busted online porn racket reveals how young women are made to work in explicit movies, not always with their full consent.
Kaspersky’s report finds stalkerware remains a problem across the globe
New regulations by Information and Technology Ministry seek to end decades of non-cooperation of social media companies with Indian law enforcement.
Mumbai Cyber police warn about the soft drink giant’s logo being misused to cheat job seekers into paying “refundable security amount”
Viral message on WhatsApp claims that the Taj Group is offering a free seven day stay in their hotels.
Police issue advisory exhorting parents to keep a closer eye on their childrens’ social media activities
Latest report states that every second fraudulent transaction made in 2020 was an account takeover
Another viral message on social media claims that Tata Group is offering is cell phone as a prize to those who take part in a ‘Valentine’s Day’ quiz
Mumbai Crime Branch arrests five accused who were allegedly filming pornographic content and uploading it on subscription-based apps
Instances of the phishing racket have been recorded in at least eight countries so far, including Pakistan, and experts believe it is only a matter of time before it strikes India, if it hasn’t already.
A hacker has offered personal information of over 1.50 lakh customers of Cash Daddy, an Indian FinTech company that offers quick loans, for sale on the dark web.
The police have arrested four accused who are believed to have cheated over 2700 victims from 48 countries till date, having made more than Rs ten crore in the process.
A lengthy hoax message claiming that all social media communication will now be monitored by the government has been found to be doing the rounds.
Latest malware being distributed on WhatsApp tricks users into installing it by luring them with promises of a free mobile phone.
A recently discovered string of vulnerabilities in the Amazon Kindle could have let hackers make purchases from your device.
Phishing campaign operators managed to steal hundreds of passwords, bypassing Microsoft’s security measures, but stored them in an unsecure server, making them accessible via a simple Google search.
Known as Triangulum in the shady corridors of the dark web, the hacker is suspected to be a 25-year-old Indian active since 2017
Operators of a malware that has been in circulation since 2015 are now sending the malware out by disguising it as a “sex scandal video” featuring former US President Donald Trump.
Ms Razdan put out a statement saying that she was duped into believing that she would be joining Harvard University as an Associate Professor of Journalism.
Latest research states that over 100 spoofs of popular apps, which push ads on the user’s device, were downloaded by over 10 million users worldwide
The Cyber Police in the country’s financial capital have been waiting for a month just for the Reserve Bank of India to arrange a meeting with nodal officers of banks
Officials said that the racket was operating on several social media platforms, including WhatsApp, Telegram and Instagram.
Ms Patel’s account restored within 24 hours, thanks Maharashtra Cyber for speedy action
The “https” tag and the green padlock icon in the url of a website, traditionally regarded as indicators of security and authenticity, can simply be bought now.
A new scam where the scamsters pose as Instagram officials and hijack victims’ accounts has come to light
The airlines issued a statement on Wednesday informing that its servers were hacked in December, without divulging too many details.
The ‘Thali’ scam, which has been around for at least a year now, could make a reappearance this New Year.
A recently discovered malware installs itself into the victims’ browsers and injects a large amount of ads in their search results.
The arrested accused has a wife living in the USA, where she allegedly sexually exploited minors and sent him videos of the acts to be uploaded on the dark web.
Latest research by University of Cambridge shows that smart devices like Amazon Echo and Google Home can capture keystrokes typed on phones from as far as half a meter away.
The ransomware operators have even added fake reviews to make the ‘game’ appear legitimate
Websites using Amazon’s logo and offering free handsets in a "lucky draw” were traced to China.